I’m usually a computer junkie but this week I didn’t blog, didn’t log into Facebook. I guess I just didn’t want to “share”. On Tuesday we lost our Mom. First Dad in November and now Mom. I don’t want to say goodbye to anyone else I love.
I know she is where she wanted to be, with Dad. They would have been married 62 years last week. For so long now, she struggled. Without Daddy, she was like a lost, lonely little girl trapped in a body that didn’t work anymore. Both she and my Dad had been on walkers for quite some time. One of my favorite memories is of them dancing. They were a beautiful site. Now they don’t need their walkers. There is no pain. I close my eyes and I pray that on some cloud in heaven . . . they are dancing.
Ah, yes…way too many good-byes in a very short time. Your parents were special. I have fond memories of them both. Take solace in the fact that you were a wonderful daughter and that now they surely are with God and each other. Know my thoughts and prayers are with you.
The devotion and love they shared has always inspired me. It gives me such comfort to know that the Lord didn’t keep them apart for long.